COVID-19 has forced business mobility to come to an abrupt halt. At the same time, remote working and teleworking have created new opportunities for companies and employees. Now that the borders are gradually reopening, employers realise that remote working has also permanently impacted international mobility. With no strict requirement to work from the company’s offices, employees can work from anywhere in the world as long as there is a phone and internet connection. On the other hand, companies have also realised that in the search for talent they no longer need to restrict themselves to the countries where they have a presence creating a global employment market.
Obviously, these new trends come with the necessary challenges, issues and difficulties in the fields of immigration legislation but also social security, tax and labour law.
During this webinar Stephanie Wong, Yuichi Sekine, Jonathan Goldsworthy and Anton Aerts zoom in on these challenges and provide insight on the practical issues companies are facing with current day employee mobility, such as: